Re Letter of Credit by ffe15055

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									                                             Re: Letter of Credit

To Whom It May Concern:

We hereby issue our irrevocable Letter of Credit No.                  in your favor and at the request of and
for the account of                                                              , for an amount not to exceed
                                                                  , to warrant that the road construction of
                                              in                                                       will be
built, completed, and comply with the one-year maintenance period according to Montgomery County 1984
Subdivision Rules and Regulations, available by your sight draft drawn on
                   , subject to the following terms and conditions:

1.      Sight draft referencing this credit; and

2.      A written statement signed by the County Judge of Montgomery County to the effect that
                                has not complied with the 1984 Subdivision Rules and Regulations
        of Montgomery County.

All drafts so drawn must be marked, "drawn under                                         , Letter of Credit
No.         , dated                          ."

This credit and all liabilities hereunder expires            ,     , at the counter of
                       . All drafts against this credit must be drawn and negotiated on or before this date.

We hereby agree that drafts drawn under and in accordance with the terms of this credit will be honor ed
upon presentation and delivery of documents as specified if presented to                         .

It is a condition of this Letter of Credit that the amount shall be reduced to an a ggregate sum not to exceed
                                             U.S. Dollars ($              ) upon receipt by (name of financial
institution) of written notifica tion from Montgomery County Commissioners' Court tha t the construction
of streets and roads in conformity with the Montgomery County Rules and Regulations for Subdivision
(October 1984) has occurred, as evidenced by an official action of the Commissioners' Court
of Montgomery County, Texas, incorporating such streets and roads into the one-year maintenance period.

This credit is subject to "Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits" (1993 revision) fixed
by the International Chamber of Commerce Publication No. 500.

								
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